Edward Snowden warns media not to believe his father

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MOSCOW, RUSSIA – Eddie ‘The Snowman’ Snowden, the high-school drop-out who stole from Uncle Sam and leaked to the world the way the NSA gathers intelligence on friends and foes, that same guy is telling us not to believe everything we hear.

Specifically, we are not to believe statements from Snowden’s dad, Lon Snowden, or anyone connected with his father, like his father’s attorney.

The Huffington Post says Snowden went back on the grid long enough to send them an email saying his father’s legal team does not possess any special knowledge regarding his situation.

He continued to say, “None of them have been or are involved in my current situation, and this will not change in the future.”

If all of this just sounds like one big game Snowden is playing, it is, in a way.

German game makers released ‘Eddy’s Run: The Prison Prism’.  It’s online and it’s free.

They say the game is a wake-up call for anyone who feels comfortable with government surveillance.

Whatever happened to the good-old days when all you cared about was surviving Doom on a Martian base?